cable bend

cable bend

[′kā·bəl ‚bend]
(naval architecture)
A small rope used to tie the end of a cable into a loop to secure an anchor.
A knot used to attach a cable to an anchor.
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Tenders are invited for cable bend fatigue test rig
Consider how the input feed cable routes through the rack and cable bend radius.
cable bend radius and strain relief to ensure a compliant and well-organised
Linear motors are common in high speed, high cyclical applications, and some low profile stage designs don't allow the proper cable bend radius for long life," says Zajac.
This feature is important when the accommodation of cable bend radii requires recessed equipment installation.
The built-in TIA/EIA 568-A minimum 1" cable bend radius, exclusive to Panduit, maximizes network cabling performance.
Other features include a 360 [degrees] swivel mount that allows for easy cable orientation and minimises the restrictions of cable bend radius; hermetically sealed stainless steel sensor housing with optional PTFE jacketed cables to eliminate the restrictions of lower cost polyurethane cables in the presence of acid fumes; and case isolation to prevent ground loops.
The management systems maintain the proper cable bend radius for CAT 5e, 6 and 6A cables, are available in single-sided or double-sided, horizontal or vertical, and are EIA compliant.
Maintenance of the proper cable bend radius for Category Se, 6 and 6A cables.
Ensuring that Horizontal cable bend radius is no less than four times the cable diameter.
As fiber counts and density continue to increase, vertical and horizontal cable-management space at the termination and distribution locations is at a premium, with the increasing challenge of maintaining minimum cable bend radius.